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theme park:

see amusement parkamusement park,
a commercially operated park offering various forms of entertainment, such as arcade games, carousels, roller coasters, and performers, as well as food, drink, and souvenirs.
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theme park

an area planned as a leisure attraction, in which all the displays, buildings, activities, etc., are based on or relate to one particular subject
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Taichung's Lihpao Land is two amusement parks in one, a traditional theme park with roller coasters and rides on one side and a water park on the other.
The commissioner said that Theme park was a huge project which would yield positive results in future, adding that positive sessions were held with investors regarding Theme Park.
The company has now revised its financial performance expectations for the Resort Theme Parks Operating Group for the year.
The Universal Beijing theme park and support facilities will occupy a 120-hectare (approximately 300-acre) site located northwest of the intersection of the Beijing-Harbin Expressway and the East Sixth Ring Road in Tongzhou District, Beijing.
So far, the theme park has been a success, with 40,000 visitors entering its gates since it opened in July, according to Reuters.
The Theme Park Guy treats theme park fans to little-known facts and tantalizing trivia about established parks and upcoming additions to the theme park family.
Six Flags, the world's largest regional theme park company, was facing $2.
When Hong Kong was chosen to house Disney's first theme park in China, which opened last September, the former British colony was told that a second one will not be built before 2010.
Gonzalez says the company is contemplating the purchase of an existing theme park in Monterrey, Mexico, as early as next year.
We will rigorously implement whatever is necessary to prepare for a world-class theme park.
According to some critics, if the "imagineers" of Disney's America - Michael Eisner's $650 million proposed and then abandoned theme park in the heart of historic Virginia - had had their way, the response to that question might well have been, "What painful and controversial parts?